5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Comments Share Mesa family survives lightning strike to home “At no time did Mr. Abdulazeez enter the State of Qatar. Statements suggesting Mr. Abdulazeez entered the State of Qatar are false,” Qatar’s government media office said in a statement responding to questions from The Associated Press.It said Abdulazeez changed planes at Doha’s Hamad International Airport on his way from Amman, Jordan in November en route to the U.S.Qatar has emerged as a major long-haul transit hub in the Middle East thanks to the rapid growth of government-backed Qatar Airways. Its new airport opened last year, a key piece of infrastructure ahead of its planned hosing of the 2022 World Cup.The Qatari government condemned the shootings as “contrary to all humanitarian values, ethics, principles and religions,” and expressed its condolences over the killings.Qatar is an important U.S. ally in the Gulf that hosts a major U.S. air base, though it has come under scrutiny for its links to Islamist groups, including Hamas and the Taliban. It insists it does not support terrorism.Abdulazeez, who was of Palestinian origin, was born in Kuwait and grew up in the United States, but has relatives in Jordan and the West Bank.___Schreck reported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 5 ways to recognize low testosterone AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Jordanian officials are questioning relatives of the shooter in last week’s killing of five U.S. servicemen in Tennessee at a military recruiting office and a Navy-Marine operations center, a Jordanian official said Tuesday.Meanwhile, authorities in Qatar say Kuwait-born Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who killed four Marines and one sailor in the Chattanooga attack, transited through the Gulf nation on his way back from a 2014 visit to Jordan but never set foot outside the airport.